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How to control the work of um3 from the internet?

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You do not get a page where you can stop printing.

Actually this was a link to the documentation.... but it seems that the path has changed a bit (at least for firmware 3.7.7). The correct link should be:

http:///docs/api/#!/PrintJob/put_print_job_state

Anyway, you have always access to the full API Documentation directly from the printer:

http:///docs/api/

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it seems that it is a function to integrate in web pages to put in a website?

Would you have an example of a page to get started, not being a java script specialist

Someone would have an example of a page showing the status of the UM3 with a STOP button ... that I could put in a website (private) plus I have a fixed IP address at home

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